Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (Rob Corddry / Craig Robinson / Clark Duke) | Anatomy of a Movie  

In this AOM show, host Phil Svitek discusses his love of Hot Tub Time Machine 2! Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is a 2015 American science fiction comedy film directed by Steve Pinkand written by Josh Heald. The film stars Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, Adam Scott,Chevy Chase, and Gillian Jacobs. It is the sequel to […]

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How to Squash Negative Self-Talk with Rob Scott: Harder to Kill Radio 047  

On this week's episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet mindset coach Rob Scott.

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Meet Episode 47's Guest, Rob Scott
Rob Scott is known for hijacking people’s minds, rewiring their limiting beliefs, and leaving them completely transformed.

He's a master level coach who creates digital products and training programs for world changers that help them “breakthrough” their deepest limits. After working with Rob people become incredibly effective, more successful and deeply fulfilled. Through his work, Rob helps people reprogram their mindsets and connect to their deepest purpose.

You can find out more about how Rob hacks the human brain at and how he shifts identities at
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

The odds Rob overcame to become the coach he is today
How powerful stories may be holding you back
How Rob helps people shift their identities
Rob's thoughts on willpower as a finite resource
Tips for banishing negative self-talk
Rob's three-part strategy for mastering mindset
His tips for helping children be themselves
Rob's hope for shifting the mindset of entire cultures

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Rob's website
Rob's Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn
His free course (go to the bottom of this page and select "Click here to get started with my free course, and experience your own Fundamental Shift."
Rob's free "Mastering Confidence" tutorial

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Uber's First Investor, First Round Capital's Rob Hayes on How The Deal Of The Decade Originated and Why Product Orientated VC Is The Future  

Rob Hayes is a partner at First Round Capital where he opened up the firm's San Francisco office. Over the past eight years, he has led investments in companies such as (acquired by Intuit), Gnip (acquired by Twitter), Square, Uber, eero, and Planet Labs. Prior to joining First Round, Rob became the first venture investor at Omidyar Network, the investment firm started by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar. While there, he led most of the initial venture capital deals and later built and ran the technology investing group. Before that, Rob worked at Palm, where he product managed Palm OS and started the company's corporate venture fund.

In Today's Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How Rob made his move into the VC world from working with Palm in the heyday?

2.) Question From David Hornik : How did Rob's seed investment in Uber originate? What made Rob invest? Did Rob realise the potential for Uber when he invested? When did Rob realize it was going to be huge?

3.) Has the investment in Uber changed how Rob views seed investing? Talking of the Uber’s of the world, how do you ensure that you find and decide to invest in the next Uber, when it raises a seed round?

4.) In terms of deal closing, how does Rob approach that element of the deal and what was the competition and closing environment around the Uber deal?

5.) Question from Satya at Homebrew: Stepping back and looking at First Round, what has changed in FRC’s approach as the firm has grown? How does the firm think about managing generational transition?

Items Mentioned In Today's Episode:

Rob's Fave Book:

Travels with Charley: John Steinbeck Rob's Fave Blog or Newsletter: Dan Primack: Term Sheet

Rob's Most Recent Investment:

eero: Blanket Your Home In Fast, Reliable Wifi   As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VCHarry and Rob on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!   How many emails do you have in your inbox right now? A hundred? A thousand? The answer is too many. But here’s the thing—even though I knew I wanted to do something about it, I didn’t know how. It’s called SaneBox. SaneBox sorts through your email and moves all of the trivial stuff into a different folder so the only messages in your inbox are the ones you actually want to see. Visit today and they’ll throw in an extra $20 credit on top of the two-week free trial.
108 Rob Corddry,Erinn Hayes,James Adomian  

Comedy Bang Bang welcomes back an old friend this week with Rob Corddry. With him comes his beautiful and hilarious Childrens Hospital co-star Erinn Hayes who has a kind word for everyone in the room. Even the despicable and disgusting Dov Charney of American Apparel is subject to Erinn's kindess, despite his repeated attempts to violate her in the most sustainable, organic way possible. With the return of Mr. Corddry, we also see the return of past features What Am I Thinking? and Jukebox Jury. If you're curious about future episodes of Childrens Hospital (how can you not be?) or want to hear about Scott's past experience as an American Apparel model (I mean, come on now!), tune on in to Comedy Bang Bang!

20VC: Rob Go @ NextView on WTF Is Seed Investing Today and Why Raising Too Much Money Can Harm Your Startup  

Rob Go is a co-founder and Partner at NextView Ventures, Next View are hands on, high conviction true seed stage investors. Prior to founding NextView, Rob was at Spark Capital and focused on early stage investments in consumer web and mobile. Before joining Spark Capital, Rob worked at Ebay as the Business Product Lead for “Finding”. In this role, he oversaw the launch of major products that enhanced the search, browse, and product discovery experience for tens of millions of users. 

In Today’s Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How did Rob come to found NextView and what was his route into VC?

2.)  NextView are seed investors but what does that really mean today? Why has the entire seed stage moved further down the funnel?

3.) With regards to runway, there are two side son the table, those like Jeff Clavier and I who believe 36 months is optimal. What side of the table is Rob on? Longer or shorter runway?

4.) Why are smaller rounds optimal according to Rob? What do they allow you to do that you cannot do with larger rounds? What does the rise of pre-seed do for Rob as a true seed investor?

5.) Regadless of label competition between VC is now larger than ever, what does Rob make of the personalisation of VC and branding tactics used by Mark Suster etc?

Items Mentioned In Today’s Episode: 

Rob’s Fave Book: Ready Player One

Rob’s Fave Blog: Wait But Why

Rob’s Most Recent Investment: Dia & Co

As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VCHarry and Rob on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!   Attend one of the best conferences of the year, Sunrise, with speakers from the likes of Atlasssian, Canva and Planet Labs. Check it out here!   The Twenty Minute VC is brought to you by Leesa, the Warby Parker or TOMS shoes of the mattress industry. Lees have done away with the terrible mattress showroom buying experience by creating a luxury premium foam mattress that is order completely online and ships for free to your doorstep. The 10 inch mattress comes in all sizes and is engineered with 3 unique foam layers for a universal, adaptive feel, including 2 inches of memory foam and 2 inches of a really cool latex foam called Avena, design to keep you cool. All Leesa mattresses are 100% US or UK made and for every 10 mattresses they sell, they donate one to a shelter. Go to and enter the promo code VC75 to get $75 off!\  
Ep.41 How Rob Gardner Reached the 14 Million Revenue Mark Starting with Just £150k Capital  

When Rob Gardner left his position as the youngest director at Merrill Lynch in 2006, people thought he was crazy. But he’s since gone on to become the co-founder of a multi-million pound and growing investment consultancy firm, launch his own personal brand and make real in-roads into his mission of making 100 million people financially secure.

Rob’s business, Redington, is now the fourth largest investment consultancy in the UK, and was voted by the London stock exchange as one of the top 1,000 companies to inspire Britain. And on top of that, his recently published book, Save Your Acorns, sold over 1,000 copies during the first three months of being on sale. This is a must-listen episode for anyone looking to scale their business in a short space of time and compete with global companies with fewer resources.


In this episode we really get into:

How Rob and his business partner won their first client, Royal Mail
Redington’s transition from a traditional service model to a productised service offering, and how that boosted the company’s retained revenue from 20 to 80%
Rob on growing a company past ‘the wall of death’, and how it helped him to go from 50 to 100 employees in a short space of time
Building a culture of ‘radical candour’ as a solution to ‘ruinous empathy’
How Rob got his entire team to create specialised thought-leadership content, turning the entire organisation into a model of influence
Rob on creating his personal brand by focusing on his drive to transform financial literacy in kids
Creating a balance of the idealism of an impactful business with the commercial reality of building and growing a successful business
The seven-hour rule and how Rob used it to measure and build relationships with leads, and ultimately convert them into clients
How Rob and his team differentiate themselves from, and compete with, some of the biggest firms in the world
How fixed fee billing has made Rob’s organisation more efficient and more profitable


Save Your Acorns





The Chimp Paradox by Professor Steve Peters

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Rob Manning, Monday, 3-28-16  

Guest: Rob Manning; Topics: Human-scale Mars landers, supersonic retro-propulsion (SRP) for Mars landings. Please direct all comments and questions regarding specific Space Show programs & guest(s) to the Space Show blog which is part of archived program on our website, Comments and questions should be relevant to the specific Space Show program. Written Transcripts of Space Show programs are a violation of our copyright and are not permitted without prior written consent, even if for your own use. We do not permit the commercial use of Space Show programs or any part thereof, nor do we permit editing, YouTube clips, or clips placed on other private channels & websites. Space Show programs can be quoted, but the quote must be cited or referenced using the proper citation format. Contact The Space Show for further information. In addition, please remember that your Amazon purchases can help support The Space Show/OGLF. See We welcomed Rob Manning back to the show to discuss landing human-scale landers on Mars with supersonic retro-propulsion (SRP) or with other tools. During the first segment of our 1 hour 42 minute discussion, I asked Rob to define the problem regarding landing large payloads on Mars and to provide us with the definition of a large lander. A good portion of the first segment was a comprehensive discussion of these issues. Some of the topics included previous Mars landers, Martian atmospheric considerations, supersonic parachutes and Earth testing of them, vehicle entry mass, flying engines backwards as it is called, heavy lift, Mars landing areas and why, reusability, what is being learned from the SpaceX flyback booster reusability tests, and lots more. It was an information packed first segment and I suggest careful listening attention. In addition, you will likely find Rob's recent paper with several co-authors, "A High-Heritage Blunt-Body Entry, Descent, and Landing Concept for Human Mars Exploration" of interest and helpful in understanding the challenges for putting large payloads on Mars. You can download the paper at Other topics in this segment included a question from Ralph about space advocate mission planning designs and if the actual mission planners ever pay attention to advocate proposals. Don't miss what Rob had to say in response to Ralph's question. It might surprise you. More was said about this in the second segment. Before the beak, Rob talked about the deceleration curve for g's regarding the return to Earth. He talked about how this can impact the crew and force significant design and engineering changes on the mission. In the second segment, Doug sent in a provocative email asking our guest "Might it be easier to accomplish great things in space than many assume?" Don't miss Rob's response to this question. By the way, part of Rob's response focused on the different ways SpaceX could do something and test it as compared to NASA. Later, Doug called in to ask our guest about deployable heatshields which might allow Mars landings to take place at higher up elevations. Again, don't miss what Rob had to say in response to Doug's heatshield question.Linda from Las Vegas asked for more information about the differences in landing large payloads or humans on the Moon or an asteroid compared to do it on Mars. Rob had much to say about EDL for all three destinations. Near the end of our discussion, our guest was asked about space advocate papers for planning missions or engineering and if such papers or proposals were considered by those actually doing the mission. Rob talked about the need for such papers to have some sort of critical feedback for the author as technical criticism is essential. Read the rest of the summary @

20 VC 047: 4 Ways Investors Find Great Startups with Rob Moffat, Principal @ Balderton Capital  

Rob Moffat is Principal at Balderton Capital, one of London's leading VC firms. At Balderton Rob specialises in Fintech, Martech, Gaming and Marketplaces. Rob is currently a board director or observer with six portfolio companies: QubitWoogaHousetripCarwowRentify and Nutmeg. Other investments Rob has been involved with at Balderton include Citymapper, Top10, Scoot and Archify. Prior to joining Balderton Rob worked for Google in London, as a Manager in the European Strategy and Operations team. He started his career with five years in strategy consulting with Bain, working mostly with financial services clients.


In today's amazing discussion with Rob we discover:

What characteristics make a great VC? How VCs assess incoming business plans and investment opportunities? The biggest problem facing Rob today, as Principal at Balderton? How the structure of VC firms is changing to a service based environment? Does Crowdfunding pose a threat to VC as a alternative method of finance? For individuals wanting to move into Venture, what can they do to optimise their employability in the VC world?

Items Mentioned in Today's Show:

Rob Moffat: Medium Rob's Favourite Book: The Circle: Dave Eggers Crowdcube Just Park Nutmeg: Online Investment Management

As always you can follow HarryRob and The Twenty Minute VC on Twitter here!


OSR 87: Master Your Mindset With Rob Scott  

Operation Self Reset Episode 87: Master Your Mindset with Rob Scott
In this episode, Jake is talking with Rob Scott, who is helping people change their lives by changing their mindsets.

Rob grew up in a very dysfunctional life as a child, going through abuse for a number of years. That lead to him getting into addiction as a teen. He struggled with homelessness and going in and out jail, along with fighting cancer. His life of struggle seemed to have no way out. Finally, Rob realized that he was keeping himself stuck in this hard life. From that point, he began his own self reset. He went from being homeless to becoming vice president of technology for a company and had a lot of people working under him. Rob attributes this change to his own conscious evolution.

So what is conscious evolution and how do we use it to change our lives? Through his life, Rob learned that most of us are our own biggest problems in life. We need to become aware of our own real issues and our mindsets in order to get out of the places we’re stuck in. He began a podcast on this topic, which gained in popularity and soon he had people asking him to coach them in their own conscious evolution.

Rob now uses his own experience to help others find their self resets and change their lives. Listen in to today’s episode to learn how you can begin your own conscious evolution and change your mindset to change your life.
Here’s what Jake and Rob talked about in this episode:

How to change your story
Altering our lenses
Why so many of us resist change
“What do I need to do?” versus “Who do I need to be?”

Mentioned in this episode:
For information on The Identity Shifting Mastermind, contact Rob through his website

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244 - God Made Us To Kill Us  

Dan explores new interactive options for the show, Rob Corddry and Rob Schrab weigh in on Dan’s writing methods, while Guest Comptroller Brandon Johnson becomes Dan’s angry writing coach. Featuring Dan Harmon, Brandon Johnson, Spencer Crittenden, Rob Corddry and Rob Schrab.

17: Rob Corddry - How You Eeling Today?  

This week, Rob Corddry (of Elizabeth Warren's favorite television show, "Ballers") unicycles all the way down to Dumb People Town! Rob talks about getting a gun pulled on him in Florida, and in Story #1, a member of the Illuminati is arrested after emerging under a blanket. Rob tells the gang about his grandfather's rusty shotgun, and getting rejected for a movie kiss by Raquel Welch. Story #2 is the tale of a woman who got her hand stuck in an unfortunate place. Story #3 brings us a man who released an aquatic creature into what decidedly was not its natural habitat. Kris Kristofferson leaves a voicemail about a medical problem.

Writers/creators/stars of Childrens Hospital and NTSF:SD:SUV: Rob Corddry, Paul Scheer, Jon Stern, Curtis Gwinn, David Wain, Ken Marino, Erica Oyama, and Rob Huebel  

Writers/creators/stars of Childrens Hospital and NTSF:SD:SUV: Rob Corddry, Paul Scheer, Jon Stern, Curtis Gwinn, David Wain, Ken Marino, Erica Oyama, and Rob Huebel. Recorded December 11, 2011.

The Best of 2015 on Rob Has a Podcast  

Rob Cesternino brings you some of the most requested clips from Rob Has a Podcast in 2015. To hear the full episodes of the clips in this podcast click the links below: 4:30 - Natalie Anderson talks about Baylor & Missy's birthday party contest from "Natalie Anderson Explains How She Won Survivor San Juan Del Sur" 11:10 - Rob and Amy H. parody SERIAL for the Road to the Podcast Awards Series from "Road to the Podcast Awards Bonus | The Undecided Voter" 19:00 - Mike Bloom raps from "Sophie Clarke Recaps Worlds Apart Episode 8" 23:00 - Rob has fun with Dan Foley's inspirational comments on the voicemails with David Bloomberg from "Sandra Diaz Twine Recaps Worlds Apart Episode 11" 27:25 - Debb Eaton urges Jeff Varner not to kill any octopi if he returns to Survivor in "Survivor: Second Chances | Jeff Varner Interview" 30:30 - Keith Nale discusses living in Keithville in "Survivor: Second Chances | Keith Nale Interview" 32:25 - Brian Heidik quotes Biggie Smalls to Rob in "Catching Up with Brain Heidik" 34:24 - Shane Powers discusses what draws him to want to play Survivor again in "The Survivor Funeral of Shane Powers" 42:45 - Rodney Lavoie does Dirty 30 impression to review The Entourage Movie in "Catching Up with S30's Rodney Lavoie" 47:04 - Rob says Johnny Mac and Steve are losers after the Big Brother 17 Double Eviction in "Big Brother 17 Episode 32 Recap with Ian Terry" 53:15 - Randy Bailey hangs up on Rob after he didn't like the parody songs Rob played in "Randy Bailey Recaps Cambodia Episode 4" 59:25 - Boston Rob on the psychology of Survivor from "Boston Rob Mariano Recaps Survivor Cambodia Episode 13" 1:03:50 - Mike Bloom discusses the prospects of the 5-piece puzzle returning for a 3rd chance in "Survivor Cambodia Episode 13 Voicemail with Mike Bloom"

312 Rob Corddry  

Join Kevin as he sits down with actor and writer Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine, Children’s Hospital). Rob chats about New Orleans ghost stories, the importance of space work, and often being confused for pal David Koechner.

Rob Corddry on theChive Podcast - Ep56  

Rob Corddry created and co-stars in one of the funniest series on Adult Swim, "Children's Hospital," which is in its 7th and final (grrrrr) season! Rob's sharing the real-life story that inspired the onetime web series, and supplying plenty of behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the cast and shooting process. He's also talking about his time as a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," what it was like taking classes from Amy Poehler at UCB, his own comedy troupe, Naked Babies, and the subtle art of improvised drama.

Rob Corddry Returns  

Rob Corddry fields calls from listeners as well as an emergency call from his wife. Greg and Rob talk about their wild teenage years.

88 Mr. Nanny: LIVE! (w/ Rob Corddry)  

HULKAMNIA is back brother! Recorded LIVE at Largo in Los Angeles, Rob Corddry joins Paul, June, & Jason to talk about how Mr. Nanny has changed his mind on enjoying movies all together. They'll discuss the casual dog throw into the ocean at the very beginning, Terry “Hulk” Hogan fingering a pie, Buster Poindexter as the villain, and the pit of blood. Plus, Rob shares his daughter’s commentary of the movie and everyone asks themselves what really happened at the end of this movie. This episode is sponsored by:Oyster Books. Go to to save on some books! Naturebox: Go to to save on delicious snacks!

236 Rob Corddry, Paul F. Tompkins  

Rob Corddry finds his way to the Earwolf studios once again on today’s Comedy Bang! Bang! Rob talks to us about Hot Tub Time Machine 2, the 5th season of Childrens Hospital, and Herve Villechaize. Suddenly the ghostly presence of Richard Harrow appears to let us know about the 12 heavens, warn us about the true intentions of the tooth fairy, and take over a game of Would You Rather. Cha-Ching! Be sure to head on over to to get tickets/info on the Comedy Bang! Bang! LIVE Tour!

178 Rob Corddry, Jessica St. Clair  

School's back in session so it was only a matter of time before our 16 year-old intern Marissa Wompler made her way back to the studio to help co-host today’s Comedy Bang Bang! Marissa gets schooled on Grimace, The Fat Boys and motor boating by none other than Rob Corddry! Rob also offers Marissa some expert advice on her recent heartbreak. Plus, we get one special turd of information about what’s to come up on the season finale of Childrens Hospital. Womp It Up!

TLS #187: Energy, Flow, and Finding Adventure in Your Own Hometown with Rob Lawless  

Happy 2017! I am SO excited to dive into this year with you... reading all of the wonderful emails and comments sharing how pumped you are about more episodes around consciousness and energy was incredible. And we’re starting this focus today with an interview with Rob Lawless, a 26 year-old Philadelphian who is using these principles his own life. Rob has set out to meet 10,000 people - spending one hour getting to know each person individually through his project, So far, Rob has met 600+ people and the project is gaining momentum, attention, and creating fascinating connections for the members of the project. In addition to the project itself, we spend the second half of the show discussing Rob’s mindset and the results he has seen from focusing his energy and finding flow within his circumstances. This episode is perfect for anyone looking to get inspired to live a more adventurous life within their hometown, and for anyone looking to hear an inspiring story of flow, energy, and alignment.   [Tweet "“You never know who someone else is connected to." - @robs10kfriends"] [Tweet "“Everyone is just trying to do their best to live the life that’s best for them." - @robs10kfriends"] [Tweet "“People are the cumulation of the experiences they had in their life. " - @robs10kfriends"] [Tweet "“Rockbottom has a large pillow on top of it." - @robs10kfriends"] [Tweet "“Taking that first step is the most important thing." - @robs10kfriends"]   IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT   Rob tells us how he chose this project after being laid off from his job and how this has become his life mission. He talks about the common themes that he hears from the people he meets and interviews. He describes a theme that he has found which is taking difficult situations and turning them into positive life experiences. Rob talks about how all these stories and experiences have changed his life and he now has a new awareness in his life. He discusses how the loss of his job contributed to this project in a positive way. Rob says that you need to become more vulnerable in order to overcome the obstacles of doing something new or achieving a goal. He says the key to this project is to meet people and share stories without any “transactional” value attached. Rob's conversation with the people is mainly about where they are today, where they were before and the in-between parts of how they got there. He describes his excitement with uncertainty in the future because it makes his life exciting and adds adventure to it. Rob talks about his internal doubts and where he sees himself going forward in his life and his project.   SHOW NOTES   Outliers Myers & Briggs The Alchemist Laws of Attraction     LISTEN TO THE SHOW  

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